Today was another "get from point A to point B via point C" kind of day.
We left Great Salt Lake quite early, and after a stop for gas and breakfast hit the road with our final destination being our campground near the Tetons, but along the way, we took the scenic route around Bear Lake, which straddles Utah and Idaho.
The drive was pretty...
As was Bear Lake...
(seen from several thousand feet above)
Happy to have a leg stretch on the way!
We finally arrived in Jackson Hole and stopped by the Visitor's Center for guidance for our tour of the Tetons park tomorrow, and we did a smaller loop in the hope of seeing some wildlife in a nearby preserve, but all that we could see were some distant bison.
Still, I think tomorrow is going to be pretty - and apparently, cold. Tonight's low in the 20s, tomorrow's high in the mid-40s. Bust out the sweatshirts!
But it will be worth it to gaze on this all day...
Tomorrow we move into Yellowstone to "dry camp" for the next three days, so I think Wifi and photo uploading will be scarce, but we'll catch up soon, don't worry!